The world seems fixated on solving the problem of spreading rock-hard butter. First there was the butter stapler, followed by the cold spreading butter knife. Taking the butter-grating revolution to new spreadable heights is the The Butter Mill—probably the most ingenious way there is to spread the love.
To make the magic happen, just load your butter into the chamber and twist the wheel at the bottom. This pushes your butter up toward a metal grater and shreds it into smooth, easily malleable spirals of the good stuff. When you're done, you can store the whole contraption in your fridge for easy reuse.
The days of mangling your toast are over.
Ali Drucker is a staff writer for Supercompressor. Is butter a carb? Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.